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Review: 'Scuse me while I 'Kiss the Ground': How soil might be Earth's climate change savior

With climate change back on the front burner so to speak, dirt is probably not the hero you were expecting. The documentary "Kiss the Ground" makes the case that by regenerating the Earth's soils, we can balance the climate, replenish the water supply, keep species off the extinction

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